Weber broke the game open with his fourth inning home run, a grand slam that put the Orioles up fro good. He finished the game 1 for 3 with a walk, two runs scored and four driven in.
Davis' batting average continues to tumble, as he has just three hits over his last five games, but all have gone over the fence, helping his cause. He now has 24 home runs and 67 RBI in 407 at-bats on the season.
Rizzo has not played since Tuesday due to a back injury, which has now cost him four games. Whether he will be active for the second half of the doubleheader is not yet clear.
Correia entered the game with the score tied in the 12th inning, and proceeded to blow the game. He allowed two walks and two hits while recording just two outs before the Padres walked off with the win.
Correia was moved to the bullpen after allowing 10 runs in 14 innings in three starts with the Dodgers, and should remain there for the remainder of the season. He has a 5.13 ERA in 144 innings of work for the season.
Stauffer closed out the game by allowing one hit in an otherwise nondescript 12th inning, during which he also struck out one batter. He picked up the win as the offense went on to score in the bottom half of the inning, pushing his record to 5-2 for the season.
Stauffer has a 3.61 ERA in 52 1/3 innings on the season.
Miller has been with the Tigers a few times this season, but has struggled, allowing seven runs in 12 1/3 innings of work.
Ellsbury had the ankle wrapped and was limping in the clubhouse prior to the game, but it is not clear if this is expected to be a lingering issue. He is day to day at this point.
Ryan had a 1.64 ERA in five starts at Toledo prior to his callup. He will likely be sent back down following his start, but could return to the majors when rosters expand in September.
He has struggled recently and has a 5.28 ERA in 107 1/3 innings of work for the season, but should be back in the majors when rosters expand Sept. 1.